Adlay or Job's Tears: A Cereal of Potentially Greater Economic Importance
This article is reprinted from Economic Botany. Adlay or Job's tears is a cereal grain that been around as a cultivated crop for thousands of years, is considered more wholesome than either wheat or rice, isused as a staple for humans, forage, silage, compost, ornamental and has important medicinal characteristics.
- Published: 1952
- Publisher: 1/1/1952
- Dewey Decimal: 635.
- ECHO Library: 635. UNK